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NICKY CADDEN ON CHELTENHAM CLASH

4 August 2022

Nicky Cadden spoke to the press ahead of our first home game of the season against Cheltenham Town on Saturday.

ON HIS TIME AT THE CLUB SO FAR
"I've enjoyed it.

"All the boys have been really welcoming. It's good to see familiar faces like Liam Kitching and Jack Aitchison and to catch up with them. All the boys have been really good with me. It seems like a good group."

ON PLYMOUTH
"We weren't at our best, everybody knows that.

"I look at the positives. We had the best chances in the game, another day we probably win that 3-1. As long as we become more clinical, I think we'll be fine this year. Hopefully, we can put it right on Saturday."

ON THE PRAISE FOR HIS PERSONAL PERFORMANCE AT PLYMOUTH
"It doesn't really matter if I played well or played badly, we got beat at the end of the day.

"Even if I have the best game in the world and we still get beat, it doesn't make a difference to me. I'd rather play badly and get three points. At the end of the day, it's the three points that matter."

ON EXPECTATIONS
"Obviously at a club like Barnsley, there's always going to be high expectations, it's a massive club. We need to try and just work hard on the training field and try and work hard on a Saturday. Hopefully, it comes good this year and see how far he can go."

ON HIS FOOTBALLING FAMILY
"My dad played football, he won a league in the lower leagues in Scotland. He had to retire because he had a bad knee injury.

"My twin brother plays for Hibs at the minute, they've got a big game on Sunday against Hearts. Hopefully, it'll be a good weekend for the Cadden family. We get the win on Saturday, they get the win on Sunday. Everybody's happy!"


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